He could not perform at the Australian Open, but went on vacation to Montenegro. There are photos and videos on the web showing Novak Djokovic relaxing in a seaside resort.
Instagram / Radio Tivat / Novak Djokovic (white jersey)
The Novak Djokovic case has been talked about all over the world. In the end, he was refused permission to remain in Australia – the court canceled his visa and imposed a three-year entry ban.
The Serbs had to leave Australia. Thus he lost his tenth victory in the Australian Open. He was replaced in the courts by Salvatore Caruso. Tennis coach Marian Vajda said in an interview with Sports Portal.
Djokovic did not intend to stay in Belgrade. On Friday, social media circulated his photos from neighboring Montenegro, where he was supposed to go on a short vacation.
He posed for photos with fans there, and the local radio station, Tivat, posted a short video clip of a tennis player walking around a seaside resort. He was also supposed to visit the Orthodox monastery in Ostorg.
The Serb is likely to appear in court again. According to Australian news.com.au portal, the 34-year-old plans to fight for compensation for abuse in Australia. In total, he wants to receive compensation of up to 6 million dollars (more here).
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